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Tips To Improve Muscle Recovery After Working Out

Building muscle requires three equal components: strength training, nutrition and recovery. While most people are familiar with first two components, recovery is more confusing, which is why we’re going to tackle this issue in this week’s...
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The Science Behind Migraines and How To Prevent Them

Affecting upwards of 15% of the global population, migraines are an all-too-common condition that can be severely debilitating. Wile each and every case is unique, they often begin with a light throbbing but become progressively worse over time. And to...
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Why Bodybuilders and Weightlifters Should Seek a Chiropractor

Are you bodybuilder or weightlifter? There’s nothing than compares to the feeling of hitting the gym early in the morning. Whether you’re goal is to build muscle or tone (or both), you should consider seeking the services of a professional...
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Dealing With Knee Bursitis

The term “knee bursitis” is used to describe a condition or injury in which the fluid-filled sac within the knee becomes inflamed. This sac, known as the bursa, creates a soft, sponge-like surface on which the knee can glide. When the bursa...
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Gastroparesis 101: Causes and Treatment Options

Gastroparesis is a digestive disorder in which food remains in the stomach for an abnormally long length of time. When this occurs, it can lead to a wide range of symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, acid reflux, bloating, stomach pain, cramps, and heartburn....
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Understanding Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless Leg Syndrome (abbreviated RLS) is one of the most common types of neurological disorders in the world, with health experts estimating it to affect roughly 1 in 10 people. It’s characterized by intense urges to move the affected leg (or...
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Suffering From a Compression Fracture? Try an Adjustment.

A compression fracture is an all-too-common condition in which one or more vertebra decreases in height by 15-20% due to a crack. The actual vertebrae remains intact, but the small hairline crack it contains — combined with the loss of height —...
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